Amazon is known for selling books and gadgets, but businesses can now purchase extra computing power and storage from the etailer.
Wi-Fi hotspots are popping up everywhere and aggregators are connecting them for your convenience and their profit. Companies like Boingo Wireless allow subscribers to log into more than 100,000 hotspots for a monthly fee.
The Government Acountability Office has released a report that slams the FBI’s network security.
D-Link today introduced a wireless Ethernet bridge using dual-band draft 11n technology at Microsoft's WinHEC event.
Iran is planning on filtering “immoral” video and audio cell phone messages.
Time Warner Cable struck a deal with Spanish start-up FON that will enable its high-speed Internet customers to turn their Road Runner broadband connections into public wireless hotspots.
VoIP technology has proven to be the key market enabler for cable telephony services and subscriber growth, reports In-Stat.
Always On Wireless today announced its WiFlyer+v wireless router that supports wireless networking of dial-up or broadband Internet connections.
AMD has donated two dual-core servers to the popular open source news website Groklaw.net.
Cisco and Intelsat General will be placing a router of sorts into space.
ABI Research forecasts that by 2012, some 292 million handsets – just over 20% of the global mobile handset market – will ship with built-in near field communication (NFC) capabilities.
The US relayed considerably more spam than other nations, with just under a fifth (19.8%) of the world's spam originating from US-based computers over the first quarter of 2007, according to a new report.
HP yesterday announced a new version of its Media Vault NAS with enhancements for small business owners.
Network-equipment maker Zyxel Communications plans to launch its first dual-mode Wi-Fi/GSM smartphone, the V660, in the second half of 2007, targeting small- and medium-size businesses (SMBs), according to company sources.
The relentless development of WiMAX products worldwide seems to have cooled down recently due to confirmed or rumored retrenchments of WiMAX projects by some leading players, according to market sources.